RENO, Nev. ( amp; KRNV) -- Tuesdays special meeting of the Reno City Council amp; Redevelopment Agency Board will include presentations, discussion, and potential direction to staff regarding the proposed Fiscal Year 2016 (FY16) City of Reno Departmental Budgets, Redevelopment Agency Budget, and Capital Improvement Plan.

Additionally, Council will resume discussion on a possible Resolution to augment the current Fiscal Year (FY15) Budget. If adopted, the Resolution would include a $10.9 million General Fund augmentation.

Reno City Council meetings can be streamed at or viewed on Charter Channel 194.

Previously, the Reno City Council discussed strategic investment recommendations surrounding $10.9 million of additional resources in the FY15 General Fund at the preliminary April 21, 2015 Budget Workshop. It was decided that citizen input around budget priorities should be taken into account, as well as recommendations from the Financial Advisory Board (FAB), before a final decision was made.

Tuesdays actions are only to guide the development of the Resolution that will be adopted formally by Council during the regular meeting on May 13.

Final Budget and Fee Schedule adoption will take place at a public hearing scheduled for Tuesday, May 19 at 1:30 pm If adopted, the Budget would be sent to the Nevada Department of Taxation for review on June 1.

The driver, 42-year-old Rajeev Thakkar of Mumbai, was treated for lower back pain. A charge of misdemeanor motor vehicle homicide is being pursued as police say the pickup driver had the right of way.

The dead mans wife, 59-year-old Geeta Parikh, suffered head and chest injuries and is in critical condition. Twenty-nine-year-old Raunak Onkar of Maharastra, India was treated for rib pain. Police believe the two other passengers and Thakkar were wearing seat belts.

The pickup driver, 63-year-old Daniel Vacek of Omaha, was taken to Nebraska Methodist Hospital to be treated for a shoulder injury.

I went to take a shower and the lights in the bathroom are out and right before that I heard a bang, like something had hit and then I walked out and saw the police cars and they had the power restored pretty quick, too, said neighborhood resident Dean Danekas.

Parikh owned an investment company, Parag Parikh Financial Advisory Services Limited. He was well known in the investment world and his motivational investment chats garnered thousands of views on YouTube. He also authored a book.

Thakkar was his business partner. He took to Twitter to announce the passing of his colleague. All of us PPFAS are mourning, but we are strong. With the support of (others) we will take his vision forward.

Dwight Hill, former executive vice president of professionals and business banking for Miami-based Sabadell United Bank, has been promoted to president of the bank, Sabadell announced Monday.

Mario Trueba was formerly president and CEO of the bank, and remains the chief executive officer.

Hill has been with Sabadell for 31 years, spending the majority of his 35 years in the financial advisory field at the institution.

Brookes Note: New York and Wall Street have an undeniable magnetism. The beating heart plaque build-up aside of the worlds biggest economy lures you in and lets you leave grudgingly. Sara Botkin left twice. Her recent departure from Morgan Stanley is a good story, with a new Morgan Stanley twist. Her personal tale related to 9/11 will make you sit still before exhaling.

Sara Botkin is a Wall Street survivor, both literally and figuratively.

The president of McMurry, Pa.-based Botkin Family Wealth Management was in the lobby of the World Trade Center on her way to work on the 105th floor of the South Tower on Sept. 11, 2001 when the first plane struck.

Since then, Botkin has worked with her father in the financial advisory business, until late last month at the Morgan Stanley branch office in Upper St. Clair, Penn.